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Hi to all,
When it comes to calendars , is there anything on the Mac side that can read and write form Kerio ?
basically anhything that does what Entourage does , but better and cheaper ?
Will Kerio functionality replacate the Apple Leopard Server for iCal once iCal becomes a true Groupware application ?
Thanks!
Federico
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fchieli wrote on Thu, 05 April 2007 22:42

Hi to all,
When it comes to calendars , is there anything on the Mac side that can read and write form Kerio ?
basically anhything that does what Entourage does , but better and cheaper ?
Will Kerio functionality replacate the Apple Leopard Server for iCal once iCal becomes a true Groupware application ?
Thanks!
Federico



Nothing but Entourage can read and write calendars at this point. Once Leopard is out and iCal gets updated then it will.

Nobody knows the extent of Leopard server at this point since Apple seems so quiet about it.

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fchieli wrote on Thu, 05 April 2007 13:42

Hi to all,
When it comes to calendars , is there anything on the Mac side that can read and write form Kerio ?
basically anhything that does what Entourage does , but better and cheaper ?
Will Kerio functionality replacate the Apple Leopard Server for iCal once iCal becomes a true Groupware application ?
Thanks!
Federico


When KMS 6.4 comes out, iCal will also be an option. Please be aware that despite the above response's claim, you will not need the Leopard version of iCal. 6.4 contains an "iSync Connector" which will allow for two-way calendar synching.

6.4 is supposed to be out soon, but before tossing it into production, you'll want to do your own testing. A beta of 6.4 is currently available for testing and playing around with. AFAIK, the beta does not require the purchase of a license key.

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jshaw541 wrote on Fri, 06 April 2007 18:26

fchieli wrote on Thu, 05 April 2007 13:42

Hi to all,
When it comes to calendars , is there anything on the Mac side that can read and write form Kerio ?
basically anhything that does what Entourage does , but better and cheaper ?
Will Kerio functionality replacate the Apple Leopard Server for iCal once iCal becomes a true Groupware application ?
Thanks!
Federico


When KMS 6.4 comes out, iCal will also be an option. Please be aware that despite the above response's claim, you will not need the Leopard version of iCal. 6.4 contains an "iSync Connector" which will allow for two-way calendar synching.

6.4 is supposed to be out soon, but before tossing it into production, you'll want to do your own testing. A beta of 6.4 is currently available for testing and playing around with. AFAIK, the beta does not require the purchase of a license key.



Doh, you're right about iCal not requiring the leopard version. You can use the iSync connector but then you're playing with Sync Services which can cause it's own set of issues.

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